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Discussion in 'Funny Stuff: Jokes, Quizzes, Games & Pics' started by kenny999, May 22, 2007.
It is not a widely fact known but the word "gullible" is not in the English dictionary!!
oh har har har - yes and we all rush off to look.. nope sorry man... my ass is still on my sofa and google lies undisturbed
Isn't the true in "True Facts" also redundant? :tongue:
If it's not true, it's not a fact.
I was going to post 'as opposed to false facts' but it turned out to be a really shit thread, ah well
Gullible has no Wikipedia page either.
or does it...
Its actually true that 79% of facts are made up on the spur of the moment by 23% of the people, however there is a random chance of 12% that 9% of these made up facts will be true.
Actually the word has Welsh and Cornish origins so you're wrong.
try this one; gullible - Definitions from Dictionary.com
that's due to gullible's travels.
That's a factual truism.
That is factually true.
Not many people know this, the word gullible used to be spelt spelt gullable this is because it used to refer to people the birds could poop on. These day it means that you will take any kind of shit.
Another true fact!
Sorry, but I refuse to believe any unusual sounding assertions about the word "gullible".
I've been burned before.
I think I missed the boat.